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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

AstraZeneca, Bristol-Myers Squibb drug wins OK from European panel

AstraZeneca and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company reported a committee for a European Union agency has recommended the approval of FORXIGA tablets for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The drug is used in additon to diet...

Yi Palace opens on Elkton Rd.

The Yi Palace Restaurant has opened on Elkton Road on the west side of Newark. Mayor Vance Funk, center, was  on hand for the ceremonial ribbon cutting.  The restaurant serves authentic Chinese food, including...

Board of Ed OKs Newark Charter School high school expansion

The Delaware Board of Education has approved a plan by the Newark Charter School to add high school grades, but will be remain scrutiny on efforts to increase the racial balance of  its student...

State Police investigate industrial accident that claims life

Delaware State Police are investigating an accident at an vehicle repair  business that claimed the life of a Middletown man. At 9:30 p.m. on Friday Nicholas  Njenga and and another individual were working on the...

Incyte Corp. CEO to be honored by Delaware Bio

The Delaware BioScience Association will host its 2012 Annual Awards Gala on April 16 at the DuPont Country Club, near Wilmington. The event will honor Incyte Corporation and three individuals who have made  contributions to...

Chase to add up to 1,200 jobs in state

JP Morgan Chase plans to expand its operations in Delaware and add up to 1,200 new jobs in the state,   Gov. Jack Markell and Delaware Economic Development Office Director Alan Levin announced on...

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Cash mob in Newark

Newark saw its first “cash mob” Tuesday night. Photo by Ken Grant A group, brought together by social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, gathered on Main Street, with Rainbow Books, Movies and Music on Main...

Farmers markets expected to get off to strong start

It has taken a while, but Delaware’s farmers’ markets seem destined  to reach a large percentage of First State residents. Twenty-seven local farmers’ markets  are expected to  open during the spring and summer, including 12...

State jobless rates remain stable

Unemployment remained stable in the nation, with Delaware's jobless rate remaining well below the national average. A report Friday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated that 49 states and the District of Columbia registered...